News & Opinion
 Alibi V.28 No.24 • June 13-19, 2019 
Zack Quintero

On Assignment

Things Are About to Heat Up

City Council election gathers steam

Weekly Alibi examines and analyzes the City Council candidates receiving public financing in this year’s upcoming municipal election.
Albuquerque and the surrounding planet


A Deafening Silence

Past is future and future is now

Former Mayor Martin Chavez’ belief that a lack of consequences are to blame for the high crime rate—and consequently the show of force—seems simplistic for a man who once led this city into the 21st century.
The News Monkey


A plan to store nuclear waste in an interim facility has met resistance from governor; ACLU is calling on authorities to block the construction of a private border wall in Sunland Park; dairy farmers in Bosque are trying to halt plans to run a massive power line across their lands.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because being heartlessly denied the use of a communal scrotum dryer happens to someone else.


The readers write in about “militant” gays and a local dearth of “fire and brimstone.”